Allowable 1. All Handmade pottery 2. Native harvested and processed clays, slips and paints Allowed with disclosure 1. Materials
Kiln-fired and or double-fired pottery
Pottery made with commercial materials, e.g. clay and glazes. All decorative elements must be properly identified and must comply with the allowable materials for jewelry.
Firing Methods 1. Out of Doors: for shock reasons, before being traditionally fired, the piece may be warmed in a household oven at a temperature not to exceed 550 degrees F. It is then fired out of doors using wood, coal, or dung. 2. Kiln fired and double fired: Pottery of native or commercial clay is high-fired in an electric or gas kiln
Pottery of hand-built native clay is high-fired in an electric or gas kiln and then refired out of doors.
This is referred to as double-fired.
A traditional outdoor piece is sometimes re-fired in an electric or gas kiln to reduce fire and smoke clouds. This process
is often referred to as double-fired. Limited Slip molds or greenware must be a small part of your work and must be painted and fired by you., Not allowed Non-Indian or commercial pottery
Note: Ribbon entries must not be sold or promised at the time of judging.